• Stanford Star Christian McCaffrey Isn't Getting The Attention He Deserves

    At this point, Christian McCaffrey is the rare college athlete who needs no introduction to a general audience. As far as his chances of winning the Heisman Trophy go, that’s a blessing and a curse. If you’ve paid any attention at all to Stanford or Pac-12 football over the past year, you know that…

  • Troy Williams leads Utah to thrilling comeback win over USC

    Utah quarterback Troy Williams, left, combined for three touchdowns in a win over USC. Sam Darnold’s first start was spoiled by Utah’s Troy Williams. On the night Darnold impressed in his first career start for USC, Williams engineered two lengthy fourth quarter touchdown drives to lead the…

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  • Alabama RB Damien Harris helped off field

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama leading rusher Damien Harris sustained an apparent right leg injury against Kent State.

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  • Wadley scores on 26-yard run to lead Iowa over Rutgers

    Iowa didn't travel to Rutgers and get that big one-sided, bounce-back win in their Big Ten Conference opener. The Hawkeyes got a win though, and that was an improvement over a week ago when they were stunned by North Dakota State in a loss that knocked them out of the Top 25. Akrum Wadley scored on…

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  • Cook gets rolling, has 267 yards in win over South Florida

    Those questions about whether Dalvin Cook can recover from a slow start? The shifty Florida State running back rushed for a career-high 267 yards and two touchdowns Saturday, helping the 13th-ranked Seminoles rebound from the most lopsided loss in school history with a 55-35 rout of previously…

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  • 5 things for Week 4: Chubb's chance; Pressure on Malzahn

    Week 4 of the college football season has the Southeastern Conference in the spotlight as a couple teams try to break long losing streaks to their opponents, and a few coaches face referendum games with their fanbases.

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  • Smith, Brooks help Minnesota run past Colorado State 31-24

    Minnesota has quite the 1-2-3 punch in its running game this season. The Gophers hit Colorado State with two of them all afternoon and completed nonconference play unbeaten. Rodney Smith rushed 17 times for 99 yards and two touchdowns and Shannon Brooks returned from injury to net 85 yards and a…

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  • Starr: Ex-Baylor football coach Briles 'an honorable man'

    Starr also said Saturday that Briles didn't deserve to be fired by Baylor's regents. An outside review determined that for years the school mishandled rape allegations and the football program operated as it if was above the rules.

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  • Virginia Tech looks to end recent woes vs. East Carolina

    Virginia Tech's most lopsided victory in several years might have given the Hokies a bit of a swagger heading into this week, but then came some cautionary words about their not-so-stellar recent past against East Carolina. The Pirates (2-1) of the American Athletic Conference have won two straight…

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  • No. 23 Rebels find their rhythm, beat No. 12 Georgia 45-14

    Mississippi quarterback Chad Kelly faked the handoff and then took off running toward the end zone. A few seconds and 41 yards later, the quarterback had cruised through the middle of the Georgia defense and into the end zone untouched. It was pretty much that easy for the Rebels all afternoon.

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    Who will win - Wisconsin or Michigan State?

    Yahoo Sports looks at the key matchups and predicts who will win Saturday's Big Ten clash in East Lansing.

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  • ULM AD cites 'bad wording' in email saying fans can't afford to pay for 6 home games

    Louisiana-Monroe athletic director Brian Wickstrom has said an email where he questioned the ability of his school’s fans to pay for season tickets if the school had six home games was poorly phrased. According to the email, which was sent to every Sun Belt Conference athletic director on April 26,…

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  • 3 Michigan State players raise fists during national anthem (Photos)

    National anthem protests have made their way to college football.

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  • Soccer-FIFA appoint van Basten to technical development role

    FIFA named Marco van Basten as their chief officer for technical development on Friday, with president Gianni Infantino tasking the 1992 World Player of the Year to help "protect" the sport. In his new role, which he will start next week, the Dutchman will head up all technical areas from football…

  • No. 14 Vols try to end 11-year skid against No. 19 Gators

    Tennessee doesn't believe Florida holds any sort of mental edge whenever these two teams stage their annual matchup. No. 19 Florida (3-0, 1-0 SEC) has beaten No. 14 Tennessee (3-0, 0-0) each of the last 11 years. Three times in the last four years, Tennessee was favored in the days leading up to…

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  • No. 1 Alabama rolls Kent State 48-0, loses Harris to injury

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama didn't miss a beat after tailback Damien Harris went down a couple of minutes into the game.

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  • Mizzou O-Linemen bought a fish to appear on stadium video board at halftime

    Mizzou has been featuring players and their pets on the Memorial Stadium video board at halftime in 2016. Offensive linemen Alec Abeln, Paul Adams and Kevin Pendleton wanted to be on the board. Enter Boneyard, the betta fish.

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